Endangered and Lesser-Studied Languages and Dialects
The single most important imperative of contemporary linguistics is to document, describe, and analyze endangered languages and other lesser-known languages and dialects. This open access, peer-reviewed series publishes titles on poorly studied languages and dialects around the world, and especially welcomes contributions on languages of Japan and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region. Single and multi-authored monographs discussing a single language or multiple languages are welcome, as well as thematic collections of contributions by various scholars. Authors not affiliated with the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) or with the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM) are encouraged to apply for open access funding with their own institutions or with relevant private or governmental funding organizations.
TAKUBO Yukinori, KUBOZONO Haruo and FUKUDA Shinichiro
- An Introduction to the Japonic Languages: Grammatical Sketches of Japanese Dialects and Ryukyuan Languages
Edited by SHIMOJI Michinori